You asked; we listened! Here are a few of the most searched for questions about bringing a baby to Walt Disney World.
Does Disney World have Baby Care Centers and do they have diapers?
Disney World has spectacular Baby Care Centers. In fact, there is one located at each of the four theme parks – Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, Hollywood Studios, and Animal Kingdom. Please note – there are not Baby Care Centers at Disney Springs, Typhoon Lagoon, Blizzard Beach, or any of the Disney Resorts.
Baby Care does offer items for purchase such as:
- Diapers (multiple sizes, Huggies brand)
- Wipes (Huggies brand)
- Formula (often not available)
- Baby puree pouches
- Over the counter medicines and sunscreen
Learn more about Disney’s Baby Care Centers here.
Is there anything for babies to do at Disney World?
As a Disney fan, this is a no-brainer – of course there is! According to Disney, there are 148 attractions, shows, and experiences at Walt Disney World for children of any age, or height.
Some of these baby-friendly attractions include:
- Peter Pan’s Flight
- It’s A Small World
- The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh
- Under the Sea – Journey of the Little Mermaid
- Frozen Ever After
- Journey Into Imagination with Figment
- Spaceship Earth
- Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway
- Toy Story Mania!
- Na’vi River Journey
- Festival of the Lion King
Which Disney park is most baby-friendly?
Personally, I would say Magic Kingdom is the most baby-friendly. To back this up, Magic Kingdom is the park with the most attractions without a height requirement – 28 to be exact. I also have ranked Magic Kingdom as the best Baby Care Center at Disney World and it’s the first park I took my son to at the young age of two months old.
Can you use a baby carrier at Disney?
Yes! You absolutely can and many parents do. You can also bring and use a baby hip carrier which is so helpful for toddlers who want to be held while waiting in line.
Are children 2 and under free at Disney World?
They are! Until your little one is three years old, they do not need a park ticket. They are also not charged to dine at buffets/ all you care to enjoy meals such as Chef Mickey’s and Roundup Rodeo BBQ. This is a great incentive to visit while your children are little. My son is almost two and already loves meeting characters, lights up on his favorite rides, and even understands the concept of waiting in line. He may not remember these moments, but we will!